Barbara Prammer, President of the National Council
Ulrike Lunacek, Member of European Parliament, spokesperson of the European Green Party, Co-President of LGBT Intergroup
Sandra Frauenberger, Executive City Councilor for Integration, Women’s Issues, Consumer Protection, and Personnel
Introduction to Clown
Held by: LILA MONTI (clown, actress, director, teacher), from Buenos Aires, Argentina
Saturday 01.12. & Sunday 02.12. | 10:00 am-6:00 pm
Workshop-Location: Theater Heuschreck, 1070 Wien
Price: € 140,-- (without food) for both days
Number of participants: min. 10, max. 14 (open to women and men)
Registration via e-mail: email@example.com
Account number: 00510-035-607
BLZ: 60.000 (PSK)
The workshop is for adults who are interested in clowning. Beginners are welcome.
The workshop is held in English.
The workshop teaches the basics for beginner clowns.
For example, contact with the public, play and imagination, transforming impulse into action, handling joy and failure, improvisation (solo and group), etc.
As the curtain falls…
Sustainability in Clown and Festival Work
Panel discussion with presentations
Monday, 12/03/2012(6.30 pm)
Are festivals isolated events or do they possess a sustainability that can affect a continuous work of art?
Can the significant impact of a festival stimulate the art scene and create a new consciousness in terms of recognizing clowning as an art form?
Nara Menezes (BRA, organizer of the women’s clown festival PalhaçAria in Recife, Brazil)
Gabi Frimberger (AUT, head of the annual women’s film festival FrauenFilmTage)
Aina Moreno (ESP, clown, festival participant, member of IETM - International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts)
Silvia Jura (AUT, head of femous - platform for famous female culture, former president IG Worldmusic Austria )
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Heads of Festival: Gaby Pflügl (theater super.nova), Pamela Schartner (theater super.nova), Barbara Klein (KosmosTheater)
Organisation: Gaby Pflügl, Pamela Schartner
Production: Daniela Patz
Support: Teresa Kögler
Press: Gaby Müller-Klomfar
Video: Katharina Lampert, Johanna Kirsch
Photo: Carolina Frank
Technics: Helen Farnik, Susanne Tauber, Peter Thalhammer, Joe Albrecht
Organisation KosmosTheater: Silke Felber
Communication KosmosTheater: Beate Schneider
Juliana de Almeida (Cia. Animé), BR
Melissa Caminha (BR)
Tamara Floriano (Cia. Animé), BR
Ana Gallego, SP/GB
Annette Gröminger, DE
Laura Herts, FR/US
Orsola Hollósi (Pécsi Légitársaság), HU
Gardi Hutter, CH
Helga Jud (Tris), AT
Henriette Kervinen (Agnes & Greta), FI
Andrea Kiss (Pécsi Légitársaság), HU
Johanna Kohonen (Agnes & Greta), FI
Katja Brita Lindeberg, NO
Enne Marx (Cia. Animé), BR
Christina Matuella (Tris), AT
Eva Maurer, SL
Nara Menezes (Cia. Animé), BR
Marie Miklau (BoboBabes), AT
Lila Monti, AR
Aina Moreno (Té a tres) ,SP
Madoka Nishino, JP
Nola Rae, GB
Tanja Rainalter (Tris), AT
Alexandra Nicolaïdis, FR/BE
Stacey Sacks, ZW
Tanja Simma, AT
Stefanie Sourial, AT
Silvi Spechtenhauser, AT
Margarita Wagner (BoboBabes), AT
Francesca Zannier, IT
Gardi Hutter (Switzerland)
Saturday, 08.12.2012 (7.30 pm)
clownin extension: Sunday. 09.12. and Monday, 10.12. (7.30 pm)
Photo: Stephan Bundi
With: Gardi Hutter
Idea: Gardi Hutter and Michael Vogel | Director: Michael Vogel (Flöz family)
The Tailor’s table is where tales are told and the fabric of life is measured out. A view through the buttonhole exposes her life: there are yards of yarns to be woven. Gardi Hutter plays at life with big scissors, and as always, she cuts away at things both big and small, tackling anything and everything in her way. She brings her dressmaker’s dummies to life in a wild dance macabre, diving into the abyss of her sewing box where, with so many spools, even destiny can lose its thread...
With THE TAILOR, Gardi Hutter and Michael Vogel (Flöz family) create a play about the finiteness of being and infiniteness of the game. Outside of time.
is a Swiss actress and author, who has developed an international reputation as a clown primarily outside the circus ring and is now considered a female role model in clown theater around the world. She also writes children’s books and has performed in several films and musicals.
Hutter has been touring internationally with her own plays since the 1980s and has performed her 3 solo productions over 2,700 times in 22 countries: from Russia to Poland, from Sweden to Hungary, from the United States to Brazil...
In 1991 she was the first woman and clown to perform in the National Council chamber of the Swiss Parliament at the 700 Year Celebration of the foundation of Switzerland. She played the court jester. The performance attracted international attention.
Gardi Hutter has received 12 art awards and distinctions. There is a book about her – GARDI HUTTER - die CLOWNerin, as well as a documentary film by Kuno Bont (Gardi – Die Unendlichkeit des Spiels), and recently she also became available as a puzzle.